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Essay | A Discussion of the Significance and Structure of Act I in "Twelfth Night"

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A Discussion of the Significance and Structure of Act I in "Twelfth Night"

Summary: Discusses the significance and structure of Act I in "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare.
The first act of Twelfth Night plays a significant role in introducing the main characters, main conflict, main plot, a little about the sub-plot, the theme of love and the nature of topsy-turvy . Without Act One in the play, it would be impossible even to read the book, as we DON'T KNOW WHAT ' S HAPPENING, we knew none of the playground of Viola, why she disguised as a boy and we would not even know why were Sir Toby and Maria etc . playing tricks on Malvolio . Therefore, Act One is indeed the most important act in the entire play . We are going to discuss its structure of main plot and sub-plot first and then its significance of being an introduction of the main element (main characters, main-plot etc. )of the play .

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